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The Story of South African Jazz Volume Two is set in 2018 at the bridge of the 5th Ray of South African Jazz and the 4th Industrial Revolution. It includes major research development into the history of the previous four rays that defined South African Jazz, with new discoveries tracing the evolution of the music to the expression of liberation and entertainmnt. #storyofsajazz


Pre South African Jazz
African intellectualism and entertainment, black and white people combined ..
The Power of Music : A scene from the African Choir 1891
The Golden Era: South African Jazz  
The Pennywhistle era
Todd Matshikiza defines jazz writing with the Matshikeez style from Drum
Interview Moses Sefatsa: Durban's living legecy
King Kong All African Jazz Opera - Glasser files
The new book by Pat Williams
Multi cultural multi perspectives of Sophiatown
Kippie Moeketsi writes : transcribed texts from the Sophiatown reader
Interview with Stompie Menana
Trumpeters Tribute to Bra Hugh
The Second Ray of South African Jazz : The Swiss SA Effect  
The bird's eye effect ...
from Makaya Ntshoko ... Rainmakers ... Swiss connection ... and improvised music
South African Jazz Diaspora in Italy as researched by Marcello
The Second Ray of South African Jazz : The Inxiles  
Vince Kolbe knowledge commons on campus
Merton Barrow's Jazz Workshop
The Third Ray of South African Jazz A multi-generational aproach  
Barney Rachabane: A good friend and the family dynasty Octavia Rachabane and the Mzansi Music Ensemble describd by Prince Lengoasa
Bheki Mseleku's ongoing celebration
Mabi Thobejane comes out firing
Hilton Schilder puts out a solo album
Fitzroy Ngcukana shares his experience
Lex Futshane UKZN to now
Sipho Mabuse 50 years in the industry and still going strong
The Fourth Ray of South African Jazz  
An African MC influence
Zolani Mkhive praise poetry Zolani Mkhive Jessica Mbangeni praise poet Jessica Mbangeni
The Melt2000 story
Last night at the Bassline
Interview with Aymeric Peguillan
Johannesburg's Orbit
The Fifth Ray of South African jazz  
Etuk Ubong Nigerian Jazz Trumpet
Eric Duma trumpet teacher
Mark Fransman sonic citizen gets out of and acoustic knot
A Cape Town sound
Perspective on Music and Identity
Jazz People, Styles and Sounds  
a tale of history present
Interview Rashid Lombard, Theo Van den Hoek and the Cape Town Jazz Festival
Interview Brenda Sisane
Interview Graeme Gilfillan
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